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A Psychology Student's Dilemma

by Gawayne M.C.
(Brooklyn, NY)

Photo Credit: Julia Manzerova

Photo Credit: Julia Manzerova


My name is Jane. I'm in my junior year at Long Island University in NYC and I will be graduating in 2012 with a bachelors in psychology. My long term goal is to eventually become a forensic psychologist, but I'm unsure as to how I should go about become one, once I've received my bachelors.

What line of work could I get in to with a psychology degree? Should my line of work be closely related to forensic science, law, psychology, or all three? I would basically like to know the PROGRESSIVE steps, in terms of work, I should be taking to get to my goal.

Any insight on my dilemma will be greatly appreciated. Thank You!

All About Forensic Psychology Reply

Hi Jane,

Professor Christopher Cronin wrote an excellent article for the website which you might want to take a look at.

The Study & Practice of Forensic Psychology: A Comprehensive Review

There is also a forensic psychology careers page on the website that you might find useful (see following link).

Forensic Psychology Careers

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